sometime ago, more than 5 years, I got a Sony Laptop from CompUSA and I did buy the extended warranty... 2 years later, I drop of the laptop by accident, I drove to compusa and they asked "WHat happened?" I said "I do not know", then I got a exchange to a new sony laptop. <br><br>Does AppleCare do the Same? does AppleCare is worth the money? Please, advise!<br><br>----<br>:) "In my experience, there's no such thing as luck." - Obi-Wan Kenobi
---- :) "In my experience, there's no such thing as luck." - Obi-Wan Kenobi
I bought AC (at a discount) when I bought my Powerbook and it more than paid for itself. They replaced the power supply, the hard drive (twice), the motherboard, the keyboard, the combo drive, the bezel (where all the paint had worn). And I recommend it to anyone buying an Apple laptop. However, I can tell you AC will not cover any damage caused by the laptop being dropped or abused in any way.<br><br>
Comps carry in carry out policy nothing beats that. Apple Care don't even come close.<br><br>I maybe wrong<br>However buying a Mac from Comp they will only sell you Apple Care anyway so your stuck with it. When I bought my G4 from Comp they gave me no choice.<br><br>
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